The criminal case is over with a very good result but too late to file notice of appeal. I would write to Macys to clarify whethe you can go in to shop as many stores ban shoplifters for life and you don't want to risk losing your ACD and getting possible new charges if you go in.
Hire a lawyer to protect your legal rights.
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Why tempt fate? Can't you order from Macy's online or shop elsewhere. I am not saying they have your photo on the wall of their Least Wanted but they might and you could screw up the completion of your ACD.
Maybe you could go to a different branch, in Brooklyn or Queens but, again, why tempt fate and put yourself in a position to get jammed up, even if you are wrongfully jammed up?
Use your common sense on this.
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If you return to Macy's after being told to stay away, they can charge you with trespassing. Why would you? What would be the benefit to the Manager to allow you back into the store?
I would say you need to stay out for at least a year, but I agree, you should shop on-line or at another branch.
Its unlikely they will catch you , but if they did, you will be charged with trespass. It really isn't worth it.
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Did you sign (or did they give you) a trespass notice. If YES and you get caught in the store you can be arrested for burglary.
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You are not barred from the store if you were not warned in writing.
That being said, wait a while!
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